How to Find Work During AftercareSeptember 29, 2019 in 12 step, addiction treatment, Adventure Therapy, Adventure Therpay, Alcohol Abuse, Alcohol Treatment, Alcoholism, austin, Austin addiction recovery programs, Ayahuasca Addiction, bad habit, becoming sober, Blog, Cannabidiol, Depression, drug rehab, extended care, extended living, goals, habits, Information On Depression & Treatments, Intensive Outpatient Program, IOP, Recovery Center Austin TX, Rehab Hawaii, Sober Living, Tech Addiction, Video Gaming Addiction
Ways to Find Work After Rehab
If you’ve recently progressed through alcohol or drug rehab and have learned how to cope with and manage your addiction, you should feel like a new person. Getting through drug or alcohol treatment can be difficult and will invariably come with numerous obstacles that need to be overcome. Continue reading »
Sober Living – What, Why and How to ChooseSeptember 12, 2019 in Alcohol Abuse, Alcohol Treatment, Alcoholism, Depression, drug rehab, extended care, extended living, Recovery Center Austin TX, Sober Living
What is Sober Living?
Sometimes known as a halfway house, sober home living facilities act as a bridge between the in-patient care facility and going back to the real world. These facilities are designed to assist individuals to learn how to function again in society by participating in various responsible tasks, such as paying bills, household chores, meetings, and participating in events and activities that are drug-free. Continue reading »
What We Know About DepressionJuly 31, 2019 in 12 step, Austin addiction recovery programs, bad habit, becoming sober, Depression, drug rehab, extended care, extended living, Information On Depression & Treatments, Intensive Outpatient Program, IOP, Sober Living
Awareness of mental health conditions are on the rise, which is important for helping everyone to feel emotionally strong. While people have been dealing with depression since the beginning of time, we now know so much more about how to help people overcome symptoms such as severe exhaustion and apathy. Continue reading »